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SATURDAY. DU~~3M3KR 7. iin.
THAT CARTER VOTE.
The garment of charity which some
Aelous people are trying to throw
about ('ongressman 'arter's latest po
MtLeal escapade is of finer tfHre than
al-wool goods and is far more than a
Mr. ('arter voted for pesker IReed.
The Montana delegates at the Mt. Louis
seuvention had wired him not to de it.
Of course, the Montana men were
rveed; and now we have it that the
telegram reached Washingtn a little
too late, ('arter having pledged himself
to Used must the day before !
Of course, our republican friends will
prorptly forgive ('arter. Not having
received the dispatch, how was he to
know Montana sentiment ? Not hav
ang caught the warning from the St.
Louis delegation, how was he to be ac
qulauted with Mr. Heed's anti-silver
record?' And since he had long been
pledged to Reed, anyway. in all but
eamcus obligation, what could he have
dome if the telegram had reached him
a day or a week soonerY lie would
have voted for Reed Just the
same. lie was bound to. lie was
among the very first men mentioned
days ahead by the leading republican
aewspaper of the IlTneid tates as a
warm supporter of Mr. Reed.
The real excuse to plead in M5r. ('ar
tr's favor is that northwest republi
eaas sdpported Reed on personal assur
amee that he had revised his views and
had come to look upon silver with a
friendly eye. Mr. Reed is in politics
for the eonnivance there is in it. and it
is to be seen whether he will forget his
promise and put these republicans to
Last summer, the platform of the
a.tioeal republican party was profuse
In its promises of friendliness to silver:
sphrases seem now forgotten. They
tod us that silver had a friend
-I Harrison; his message sorely disap
pa.ated as. Tien we wereassured that
elsertary Windom had a "plan" whiea
was to prove a veritable elixir. Its do.
talbs reahed Montana yestedany; they
u as dlsppointitg and disheartening
as over was a broken promise. There
svemaiss Speaker Thomas II. Reed.
teeed on promises made to northwest
ean; we confess, we doubt hina.
Kilver has an enemy in Necretary Win
doj-the elaborate scheme evolved in
his report fixes that fact fast enough.
In his annual message Iresident liar
rson timidly touched the silver ques
ties and, for an exposition of his views
en the issue, he referred the country to
the forthcoming recommendations of
the secretary of the treasury. Mr.
Windom had bid the people wait for
the unfokling of his plan which, in his
view ought to be entirely acceptable to
silver advocates and admirable in its
adaptation to the views of the fltan
ciering Fast. The plan has come. It
is a string of platitudes, a hmudle of
sophistries. It is distinctively hostile
to silver and it will misguide only those
who are so dull that their five gool
senses areio defenlse to themll against
any m.rt of harnm ar dtanls.r
The West and Hr. Windom are hope
leasly far apart. W'hen it coomes to
views on the silver question, the se.re
tary and the silver people can not get
on any common ground. Nilver de
mands recognition as legal tender under
rights that were never cancelled by the
federal governmlent. It claims its
place in a double-standard currency.
It offers to relieve a debt-ridden people
from oppression and from the unequal
tight which has been waged with the
rich eredltor class ever since legislation
brought the metal into disgrace. It
has no question whatever regarding
its time-honored function in the sphere
of errency. It is pleading no excuses,
sellctting no favors, but, on the con
trary, it offers to be Immensely helpful
in the commercial world; and financial
history proves that it makes no mis.
take in asserting its ability to be use
On the other hand. Secretary Win
dom, with the President of the United
t-ates back of him, approaches the
question with that gingerly touch
which savors of fear, saying a friendly
word for silver because that is god.
polities just at this time, but smother
lug the compliment under long para
graphs of admonitions against gener
ous treatment of the metal, warning
the country against the awful evils that
may follow its liberal purchase. recit
lag the stereotype objections which the
mesa of silver have urged for years
--n spite of all that enlightened public
opinplaon meanwhile has learned and
t.Ssing of, in conclusion, a "plan "
whlch every lntelligent friend of silver
will rssnt the instant he reads it.
Pnt In beastm possible shape, Mr.
Wlaism dom not wish to recognize
t-e- ulht l Ilne of silver in the na
tion's currency. he would not broadly
make It a legal tender, he would not
vest it with its proper functions. but
would have the government purchase
it as it would buy gun.s or deal with it
as with any ordinary commodity. lie
would make Mr. Wisndom the permsoi to
decide whent enough had bee*i tMight
and, worse than that. he would practi
cally make tihe secretary ant insre
strained meller whenever he chose to
trade on that side of the inarket. In
his "plait" the metal is every-day mer
chandise; In the plurlwoi of tie West. it
is metal entitled to its rightful place in
Inational currency. where. once placed.
it canl take care of itpmlf asnd Itlen Ute
world of trade.
Iead the Ilmag relatilag to silver in
Secretary Windona's report, and rgauge
him by your own standard. lie quotes
the anmount of coitniage under existing
law and thel recmites the extenuatinag
cireiamistmalue which have happwtned to
prevent it front workinlg evil. lie rem
geliz.es the necelsity of silver in cur
rency Iltt hin comnimentls are a ce'uItmIat
waHriilln lent it li treatedl lilt.ruilly iund
thils distulrh thinK . Every pailragralph
is a hint at the "tsriosl cilll<quelllenlct."
lile enluirem how inauch we may expect
silver to depriciate with the- coinagei of
tl4.tliN.lrlla H a nothl if silver hanl declined
21) isr ce'lt il eleven years on the coin
age 2St.l11.l.4li a illonth. takinll care.
however, lnot to tell the circu'lmnstaHcei
that indltiuce silver's tirst fall. lie ob
jectsl to issuiniig silver certilicatem to de
imnitors of bhillion Itcau:eln " thlis prop
omition practically amolln nt to free
coilage Hand in therefore open to all tlhe
seriols oljectiolns lnid l danger that
hlave Ibeen lurged against suchl free coin
ate.." Not a i)int Ilis lIen maInH.le by
iny Halvi't-te of silver. (llrring years ef
diimsassjioun, which Mr. Wiindom iloe'u
rnot 'olltrovert. lie would Inot coiln 4-.
4t1M.tIN1) a month beeansIe it woullds over
tax the Mlint capaclity. anild le says :
The mesretlary of til, I tri-eaSry iIt wlicoi i
kltltedl tIII* lld-retimsiry mwer li llirrlliaum Land
rLaill o4.UiliImr w Iorti of sKllver N* r in'r l ilsi. «n.,sw ri
in tlell <llilMes l *t all Isa IMrmls4r .rctur m iimlce I7NTm
oif IeNih Imilitical Imarties. that thiere Is i litnit Isn
yIHsl whllh l I I Iait lAf« 141 K 1II1 Ih1i4 41iiagW .1 i
full Ilgail-tnelher dollarst tlilm. 1u4inm1 il s1 r uf
wiicl i% far Ils rwsiae of tie' tali llllioll lai., anll
iet ImasI Ilrirferr ismllml hii i|irrh'ieames- to Ilth
auIesmint re4uirl Iviy sluw.
We predict that the treatment of the
silver luestion uinder tlie Wiilonlm
"ilanl." would find the oulntry withl Hn
average ipurclhaw by the governmeIit of
alsolutely leI~ tlhan 82.(MM).itM) per uIonth
before lawnIs are green nlext sprinig.
Clearly Mr. Windomn aniid the Went are
to) wide apart. Ilis "Hdvauntages*" are
lnot worth lstudyiling lieca..le silver ad
vocates are talkingr about a plreious
metal anld its ueful place ilh a coinalge
system while lie in trying to show how
the governllent clan deall in an ordinary
conmmnlity without risk of rullning too
MINISTER DOUGLASS SNUBBED
Frederick Ilougulasi had a lot of
trouble in pretentilng his credentials at
Port au Prince, and it was only when
Secretary Blaine came to his aid with a
U'nited States cruiser that the dusky
minister succeeded in traveling in a
manner etlittiing his ollicial ipoition.
Iismpatchen from Ilayti say that the
.American nlinister has not only lten
snublld, but that Ilippolyte refuses
point blank to honor his crlMdentials,
and it is said that Secretary Illaine in
counteeniplat inlg the applllintnllent of hlil
I'retident Il IpMllyte argues that inas
niuch Ha other forei(gn governmllents are
replresenmted there by white nien. lie
don't prolmne to receive a negro from
the I'nited States. The fact is. the
Ilaytieiil have very little respewct for
imenitrll of their own race. andl Mr.
Ikluglasn pIredecessor. Mr. ITh'ioip)oia,
a iBrooklyni mulatto. nlet with ipmr mle
cesM in his diplomatic dealilnig with the
turbuleint little republic.
It in a qiiestion whether it would be
to our advalltage to comply with the
wishes of tile dusky ruler of tile island.
For years thin giovernmlenit has been
tryilng to snetulre lIUd at Port ani Prince
for ia coadliing stat iot for Anmerican wiir
vesnels. l)nt so fiar aill iimegotitionl( l Iliave
failed ut(terly. .\As rtesillt of sen4diiin
Itegro niminiters to Ilayti. this govert
iment hast beeni ui iilal to secure anyv
conrl.esioins. while Fr'"ie(- Imeilg repre
nrented by ta mnoblenat, hIe secuired a
firil Iositionll ill the aflectioltin of tile
A coaling station at Port anI Prince
would be a great advantage to our
navy. and since Iresident Ilippolyte
declines to treat with Mr. IlouglasM it
would seem that a white manl should
be appointed to the place.
A London dispatch says that lkou
langer has been entgagied to lecture inl
the lUited States. It is probable that
his topic will be **Lookiag llackward."
As a dime lnmuium freak Iloulanger
might attract attenition, butt i is doubt
fil if the Amlerican public will care to
listen to the harrangues of a French
man who st olpely parades hisi vices
and who is confeawedly a back nunmber.
)f all the burnt cork artists in the
land. lew Ikockstader has for years
been at the head of his profession. Ills
theatre in New York was recognized as
a standard place of anmlu ment, where
all the gags on motherr-in-law and
Canadian exiles were dished up in the
latest style. Just now the famous
minstrel is taking sorme medicine of his
own mixing, but his creditors from
whom he has taken refuge across the
border, fail to see the poislt of the joke.
Long ago the American people lost
Interest in the career of Jefferson
Davis, whose life was sketched by the
STANIDADtI yesterday morning in a
summary following the announcement
of his death. lublic opinion long ago
fixed the place which Mr. Davis is
likely to hold in the country's annals
and, whi be h se been out of the pub
lie mind for years, the exprralf of
esatiment printed this morain win In
terst the reader, doubtles awakening
many a suggest iot that would not be
deemed friendly toward the man whom
his patriotic countrymen have no rwm
son to love, and whose name and deeds
moat of us, under the prompting of
broad charity, will he glad to forget.
Secretary Windom couldn't manage
to get in a good word for lead. Ills
report remarks that, owing to obscurity
in the statutes, the people have a habit
of lookiing to the secretary of the treis
airy rather thant to eollifrees "for relief
froim real or imiaginary hardships at
tributel to the, tariff." In illmutrations,
he refers to the lead «questiul, and so
displmes of it. Tradition brought
forward from the September campaign
tells us of the time whemn ( ongressainm
C'arter "talked with the secretary and
inmlntmlitely the price of lead ad
vanlcel." If Mr. Carter could have
arranigeit to get him work in again, he
nligfht mposibly have managled to talk
tle Ke-eretary into, a line or two of ree
ibllilluelidationi inl favor of his e(onttitu
entm in their relation to a tariff on the
stuff tosrse ilnto thin country, duty
free. for tile benefit of certain eastern
nmaitnafactitrers with whonm Mr. Win
dloml confeused his nlliwillilnginel seri
onsly to ilterfere.
Ninetyw-ilght thousand two hundred and
sity--even eicWstions were asked in the
Panrsel case. Anti thew was no woeman
in the case, either.
The inreasing respect shown to (bris
tilanity i a heailthfll sign of Amerlcan
life. 1n a ('oloradi town "A Gralnd Br
cm.ld Igkl Fight" was advertised for last
Not to he oultdoneL inll nteril by those
newelpapern whklc have started reportrs
aousnd tie workld n an attempt to lower
the reccld of eighty days, the Washiagton
Pur has giiven a dime to a red•nossd
Jou.malist who applied for a position the
-other day, and nlstruted him to sat out
in a due .ortherly course and se how
nauchl tilame he coauki counsume before get
tinsg around the lobe to to te office again.
The Pest. no doubt means to keep abreast
of the times in Journalistic enterprise if it
nois tihe staff of the intoxikating pleas.
uimre of this man's society during the rest
of their natlral existence.
A coolness has spreung up hetween Mrs.
('udaly and MMr. Powell of ('hicago. Mrs.
('udahy lost a l,t OU0 camel's hair shawl
while going to a hall. A few days after
she saw Mrs. Powell promenading the
streets with the shawl on her back. Mrs.
(.Cdahy thereulpoe. caused the arrest of
Mrs. Powell, and that worthy lady was
thrownl into jail. But on the trial Mrs.
Powell proved satisfactorily that her hle
hand lhal found the shawl in the sa.eet.
Then Mrs. Powell turned around and b.
tained a verdick.t of Si1iUl against ]g
idshy for false immrisonmaent,
a.d all that sort of thblng. Thi ilu.ts
the aphorism that it is easler to get into a
fArt-elass law suit than for the wife of a
rich nman to wear the hair of a eaamel.
The services at Grae Eplscopal churehb,
'hkcago, last Sunday, were pleasantly
varied hby the presetation of three prises,
for which the choir boys had been striv
mng for sanme time. One was for "neat.
nems." one for '"manlines," and the third
for "reverenee." We can conceive how
the good musical director, who acted as
the judge. coukld reach a conclusion as to
nettness, and could even render an
impartial decision in a well-matched
metto of mnanlines. But bow the
dulle he kept score ill the game of reves
erence. we confess our inability to ee. It
would seemn that that verdrlt could only he
rendered by a higher Judge. How does
the professor know but that the little
fellow who bowed his head at the peeper
moments and otherwise hehaved himself
in such an exelsuplory and devout manner
while in the choir, was not all the while
studying new corbinati.ons of dogs' tails
andt tin cans, or craftily plotting fresh
raids upou his wmther's raspberry Jam?
Abstraction at chislrch by no means in
plies that the ndlividual abmtracted has
fixed his thoughts on higb; and with due
respect to Grace church we submhnit that
reverence contests are the height of irrev
ilitllIop Stnillio,)llm Itrader of tll. Mo.r
iaslit volony itll it ('CLa4diilin Neortlawet,
.liniluim to have dlis.coverel at wily to ilake
liKg.uly psrfectly legial nmllder tlwt lIaw of
tllat vomlltry. H i Laltilcesl thl- Cnl*te oif a
liatlhewlIr Irritlder lon with two lbridtle., ailc
auniIIIIme that Iintl litlie, are Ilsarritil it
oiurei ltal tllt- tna1lne islltaiit, no shat iliitller
of tie wivYes luill pr)tt.le tlH other. Timl
Kgom lltiholp tulls:
I olill Ihillk tlilh t bieih as ItIrriagI if rtseir. .l-..l
wololl kI tlinfy &II lls1h4 tehnliial 4insllitiOir9 of %;ll
itilty: IUa,. lrtlier, thilt if the reiaiutrar were to
rretfisi r.Kgitrlatltin lie wouli be lialhbl to datlin.ures
to lthe lhrllr auinI gruon. In any raue ther lhulisttiad
awHtII hIiave to Ie adjuiialliattld to ima or the ollter
of the lIuldieN labtnluisg hiin. Now I wasn to kiew
whIllh winildi he the Vilttili of biguny.
Thin hiylstlwtk'icl ttate of affairs MeIsll
ui) a variety of inllte'rtilng questionlr. It
strikes a layman tllat such a we.lrliii
wounkl w prrinta facte evidetce of violatled
law, and tiat the courts would rule that
til' hIad ul an i ould he adjudicat(ul to
ineither latly milne. neither lady hadl letvi
lawfully liarried to him. Still Bishop
Stellhouse knows a great deal mor albouat
hiii.any anil such thinlsg than we doi. anldl
hin enstrtrction of tihe law in the ahlw.stle
olf liy pIreldent issay hi aImouned tao It t
cIorset. Now. of etsurms, if tNhe Iiuarriutg.
of two hlalode to tonll irrin fal Is Iher
fornisal at tiK smUnai isllntaint. it follows that
slitler thin plaln tIfa nilenher of Iliral
lbritlhi enau IN* snisltlipliedl ilnitlleiitely. It.h
4elf-tiiane5 elrlmnoliy dting for ill. Ily
thlihi Inis*min at Morillols youlnig l llInall eoultl
IHsiltl Ilinite'lf at l.trgK unit l tluorishllni
hollmaholtl it a mingllet hiour. H e- ..r ile . al
it weret, lay in its ast k of I .tlxn intittllirnt
to llist lliss a life tilnet. lit wolihl r.Knt iln
tile oisniafortilss ammura.en- thitt lit< waa
not liiale to attaiitk and ilrinmection ly thlI
msUlte. atillit lle wast l*gailly Ias well at
ui.rtmlly miaurried to hin elntire ent-llhetitns.
U'nler them- n one cas-il ltulf. Ot elin |ima
inc the car e anil dilltffience whihls a ildi
ciolmi minll with, a prio. .r view tos his
futuire hlapplnessw. woulid exernite
is Innukilg up a thsoice amoisrtrssent. His
chief <noi€cern would be variety, for how
ever much his plrlelie'thio niiglht lie in
in favor of a particular type, a sensible
a- m M st I e n - S te s mm
Mmimslf te M . easesuEr of gMir. Ie Om
mac of pwgaremmsawth.e wmM .ast
selties that wiwni is*oe east .! hbeWsUF
withr the t p ailgi Mleasat the
saltles a reOms, Me weOsM sie hair.
eves, skis aid snem wih a view tethe t-
emseumlses. These of eaume wlesM he his
highr.bde wies the shmig em .at
- sociOety. 3ot a rms * k*uchdllam s
would he seeem ry i the eiadlnetlm e. the
inferter brder of wives. at least s- far a
esternal appesarse went . To h. e sre ar
mae t sams a-t in mawrried We
ex w is aseery wives sklfled in
the laundry business, wives at for sham
bermaakis,eh wives, wives with a
knowledge dItbook le , nmal d heavy
draught wives for nse am tihe ar ; but all
of these wives could be p ed am a
to determine which eandidates might he
subjected to a clvil servies eaminatons.
To msarry ffty or sity wives at case
the rkledgrooen would he uamdsi the asses
sity ao hiring a bell; but on the other ha
only one mialiter or justice of the peace
wouki be required, so that the total onse
woukl he leas than theeaggreate expenas
of so many separate weddlhgs strung
alolgl at the rate of two or three a year.
The* only objection that we can see to
Bishop litenhouse's ingenioum maheme to
legalise bigamy. and it is not so muah am
objection, lndeed, as it Is a possible d-is
confortn attendant upon the pecullar eir
cumsstances of the case, is this, that f.o
the Lest few weeks or so there will he un
seemly jealousy and strife among the
many ladies. Under the old method pur
sued by the head of the house, namely
that of marrying at intervals, the wives
not usr to the Introductlom of new cor
era, aned althouhb smae mightl feel at
tinya the pangs of jealoumy and grief, the
household was ins asuh a well-establlahbed
state of order and discipline, that all such
feelings were necessarily sauppressed
Any outhreak was Impossible. Under the
nsew plan there is hound to he more or
less confusion for a time, and complaints
of indifference., distrust and neglect are
almiost certain to arise. There will he
conlukerable clashing and crying before
all the wives find their respective places
and duties in the househol., and the brkle
groona will have trouble in adjudicating
their various and multiform claims. But
time works wonders and a happy family
may be the outcome at last.
3libk Art at the Mab.
Frem the New York Trtbume.
They say it is a great treat to hear a
cultivated Boston girl sing "Whence did
you Proure tlhat Tile?"' or "John, Pro
cure your Fowling Piece."
Tlb New Pe*tamasmers Tmengue.
treuon th ('h mter Evening News.
Chadwick nearly wore out his tongue In
his oration before General Clarkron, and
he may have to half soe before he cona
mences licking postage stamps.
New Ctlseag Weald sette It.
ran. the Now York Herald.
A committee of metentifc mnet was ap
po-nted yesterday to examine the Egyp
tian obellsk in Central park with a view
to preserving it from further disintegra
tLon. If the obelisk were in Chicago the
oicials would solve the problem by
buiklinl a new one.
Civil sweve. Nelm er r allisies.
"Prsn the Kasams (KtV Times.
Senator Farwell is not only opposed to
the civil mervice law, but he believes that
senators and congressmen should be al
lowed to make local federal appoint
mlents. This is a popular belief among
senators and congressmen, and espec
ally among Illinois senatpra and congress
now o elasslu tlse alams.
Fro.n the (hklsloTthes.
TIhe secretary of the Interior in his an
nual report says that the way to make the
Indians self-supportingr is to educate their
chikiren. Exactly. Educate them to get
uap at & o'clock in the morning and milk
the cows, feed the borses, get bite of
breakfast, and then put in a day behind
the plow. milk again, eat, and go to bed.
A Ceatested Iestlem Preesahs.
Proms the KamaLes l litr.
The contested election cases which wil
come up in congress when it meets In Do
comher are likely to occupy muebch time
and to occasion no end of wrangling and
debate. Seventeen seats are in doubt and
all of them are claimed by republicans.
The party majority in such eases not in
frequently cuts more of a figure than the
law and the evklenlce. Thad Stevens el -
tabilished the precedent bi.wn he said:
f course wewe ust stand by our d-d
rascals. Which is he ?"
talppotyt a" Vrrd Deads.ls.
Pras to 1w 'hkmao Tunes.
Presklent Hippolyte is declared to be in
censed because this government is repre.
sented at Halyti by red Douglass. a col
ored man. As Hippolyte's blood is tinc
tured with bronse, it is diffieult to
understand how he can justly complain.
He should remember that It is not the
person but the power back of the person
that does honor to his country, and that
there is not a greater nation represented
at his tinsel court than the one which
stands there in the person of Fred Doug.
lass. Hippolyte should pluck that "Mole"
out of his own eye and give It to us for a
MEN AND WOMEN.
Prof. Huxler I. a coaarmed dyspeptic.
Myron W. Whitney. the Baomsa basso
served for seven years as a bricklayer.
Prof. Tucker, of Andover, limits the
original thinkers of Ameri to three
name. - Jonathan Edwards, Benjamin
Franklin and Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Samuel Morse, of Esmmx, Mass., has
been hungry all the time for thirteen
years. He drinks three quarts of water
per day and eats hearty meals every hour.
His age is 61 years and his welght 1b5
pounds. His case is a passle to the phy
The opening of the diamond fields of
South Africa. from whichb $1.000,000a,0
worth of diamonds have been taken, was
duse to the pertinacity of a man named
Q'Refll, who was a trader among the
natives and first conceived the idea that
the country was rich in diamonds and
.'O'Reilly himself did not go to the
and did not profit b them. On
the contrary, the rush to the diamond
Selds ruined his trade with the natives,
and a South African correspondent sys
that he is now working for. his living.
Our stock of Fall and Winter Goods was never so com
plete as now and prices will be found as low or
lower than can be found elsewhere.
BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPART
In this department we are excelled by none.
We invite inspection and take pleasure
in showing the Latest Novelties.
THIS EE K.
54-inch all-wool Ladies' Cloth at 65c per yard. This cloth is cheap
at go cents.
38-inch wool Tricot at 4oc per yard. well worth 75c per yard.
The newest styles in Dress Flannels at 49c per yard.
Extra Heavy Twilled Flannels at Soc a yard, worth 75c.
4o-inch all-wool Tricots, new line of shades at 48c per yard.
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR.
Ladies' Heavy Wool Hose at 25c Ladies' White Merino Vests and
per pair, worth 4oc. Pants at 45c d 75c. former
price 75c and $1.25*
Misses' Fine Cashmere Hose. all 75 a
sizes, at 25c per pair, black and Ladies' Scarlet All-Wool Vests
colored. and Pants at 9oc per pair.
Misses' Scarlet Vests and Pants,
Misses' English Ribbed Wool all sizes at 35c per pair, former
Hose, all sizes, 5 pairs for Sl.co. price 5oc.
Five-Hook Kid Gloves, extra Five-Button Kid Gloves for Soc
good, all sizes, at S per pair. per pair, former price St.oo.
Cloaks and Jackets.
NEW WRAPS ARRIVING DAILY
For this week we will offer
These Wraps are sold elsewhere at S1.oo to Sia.oo. Come early and
secure a bargain.
CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS.
Our stock is large and well selected. Our price as low as the lowest.
SPECIAL FOR THE WEEK:
Extra Tapestry Brussels at..............5o cents per yard.
Blankets and Comfortables.
50 pairs 1o-4 Brown Blankets at 500 Comfortables from Sl.oo" up
$2.ro per pair. to 53.oo.
50 pairs 0o-4 Blue Kersey Blan- 50 White Bed Spreads at 0oc
kets at 53.00 per pair. each. A great bargain.
So pairs Extra Fine Gray Blan- 50o extra heavy Bed Spreads at Si
kets at 5.oo per pair. each, former price It.5o.
50 White Wool Blankets at S4.50 50 Fine Marseilles Bed Spreads
per pair. at SI.5o each, worth $2.25.
Estes & Connell Mercantile Company.